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FX Networks Returns To Comic-Con With American Horror Story: 1984 & More

FX Networks is thrilled to announce that FX Fearless Forum will be anchored by the American Horror Story: 1984 – Face the Darkness activation. FX’s American Horror Story activations are popular with fans at Comic-Con and 2019 will be no different. Face the Darkness taps into the essence of the hit series’ ninth installation, American Horror Story: 1984, premiering Wednesday, September 18, with an immersive excursion featuring classic tropes of slasher horror, augmented by night vision goggles to turn up the terror.

FX Fearless Forum takes over the network’s traditional space adjacent to the Convention Center at this
year’s annual San Diego Comic-Con and will also feature activations including the What We Do in the
Shadows Lair, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Sunscreen Zone, and the Archer O2 Station.

FX Fearless Forum will also light up the night with a spectacular, awe-inspiring projection mapped
gallery display highlighting FX Network’s programming with stunning visuals. Produced by FX Design
in collaboration with BARTKRESA studio, this nightly display will dazzle fans with instant share-worthy
moments.

Fans will be able to pre-register for a RFID badge, which is required to gain entry to the activation, on
FXSDCC.com in advance (and on-site). Registration & badge collection will be required to check into
and participate in activations for premium swag, time-slot reservations and other surprises.

Hours for FX Fearless Forum at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con are as follows:
-Thursday July 17: 12pm – 6pm
-Friday July 18: 10am – 6pm
-Saturday July 19: 10am – 6pm
-Sunday July 20: 10am – 2pm

For additional details on how to be a part of the FX Fearless Forum experience, and to pre-register for
your very own RFID badge, please visit FXSDCC.com.

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